• After God, After Islam

      Saputro, Muhammad Endy (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2011-12-01)
      This article aimed to examine the Cupitt’s conception in the light of Islamic paradigm. It is done by identifying negative impacts of postmodernism toward the existence of religion. Religion, in Don Cuppit view is alive in the term of “value”, “private realm”, “personal faith” and “counterculture”. Although Islam came from hundreds centuries ago, it does not mean that authentic Islam is Islam in the past. Islam in the past, Islam in the present and Islam in the future are different. Islam is not timeless doctrine, but changeable expression. Time is running; and Islam demanded to contextualize itself dynamically.
    • Ahmadiyah di Era Reformasi

      Hamdi, Saipul (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2011-06-01)
      This article examines the complexities surrounding violence by Muslims towards the Ahmadiyya community in Indonesia in its new era of democracy. Violence emerged in 1998 in the post-Suharto era when some Muslim groups, such as Front Pembela Islam (FPI), claimed that Ahmadiyya is a deviant group (aliran sesat) according to Islamic orthodoxy. This article works to understand why and how Ahmadiyya became a target of violent attacks by some Muslim groups in the post-Suharto era by considering the rise of Islamic fundamentalist groups during this time of new-found religious freedom.  In doing so, I ask how politics, economy and Islamic theology emerged as significant factors that contributed to the attack. Through identifying particular case studies of attacks in cities across Java and Lombok, I also explore how government creates the policy to find the best solution and how far the effectiveness of this policy to solve the problem. 
    • Aksiologi Nilai Egaliter Budaya “Arek Suroboyo”.

      Tinarso, Pratisto (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-12-01)
      This paper reveals the essence of egalitarian values ​​in the Arek Suroboyo culture. The egalitarian value of Arek Suroboyo's culture is a cultural value that has been possessed by the people of Surabaya since the era of the Ancient Mataram, when Surabaya was still named Hujunggaluh. Egalitarian values ​​grow as a form of cultural identity that is free and without caste. Axiologically the essence of Arek Suroboyo's egalitarian value is objective value and is an intrinsic value that has been lived by the people of Surabaya since the formation of the Surabaya community. The position of the Arek Suroboyo egalitarian value in the Max Scheler value hierarchy is spiritual value, because in the egalitarian value there is an appreciation of the dignity and position of humans who are equal to other humans. The limitation of Arek Suroboyo's egalitarian value is that it is still shackled in the communal culture of the Surabaya community. The egalitarian value of Arek Suroboyo contributes to strengthening local culture in Indonesia.
    • Aktualisasi Peran dan Tantangan Perguruan Tinggi Islam dalam Pencerahan dan Pencerdasan

      Marjuni, Marjuni (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-12-01)
      This article elaborates the actualisation and challenges of Islamic Higher Education (PTAI). This study shows that PTAIs are not only a transfer or transfer of knowledge institution, but they are also able to support the students and the community in developing its potential. In the case of the FKTK of UIN Alauddin, this study shows that the faculty's response to social change with the effort to build intelligence and broaden the horizons, build a work ethic and apply a positive-active curriculum, and perform scientific integrations. It thus becomes crucial effort in order to prepare learners to become human resources with high academic ability and social sensitivity. The study, hence, recommends that the PTAIs should orient themselves to the future by applying the pillars of true education, namely: learning to know, learning to do, learning to be, and learning to live together.
    • Al-Tarbiyah Al-Syahshiyah fi Indonesia (Diraasah min Al-Ithaar Al-Falsafi, wa Al-Qaanuun, wa Al-Tanfiidz, wa Al-Isykaaliyaat)

      Widodo, Sembodo Ardi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2015-12-01)
      This article aims to describe the phenomena of character education in Indonesia. The study covers aspects of the philosophical outline about the importance of character education, the rudiments of law used as the basis, the implementation of character education at schools, and problems appeared in the field. Many cases such as corruption, juvenile delinquency, drugs miss-use, social conflict, and environmental damage occurred in Indonesia are among important factors of the implementation of character education. In this case, the government already set up the 18 character values that implanted through education, namely religiousness, honesty, tolerance, discipline, hard working, creativity, independence, democracy, curiosity, nationalism, patriotism, achievement, friendship and communication, peace-loving, reading, environmental care, social care, and accountability. Nonetheless, there are still many obstacles in the implementation of character education in the field. Those problems are analyzed comprehensively in this paper. 
    • An Elaborative Study on The Perception and Prevention of The East Javas PTKIN Students About Proxy War

      Nur, Iffatin; Munarji, Munarji (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-06-01)
      As a new form of warfare, proxy war does not require arm contacts to invade a country. Through conspiracy, propaganda and the establishment, a country may be ravaged by other more powerful countries. As a developing country with abundant natural and human resources, Indonesia becomes an easy target for super power countries to launch their proxy wars. Therefore anticipatory measures to stem the dangers of a proxy war are needed. This study used a qualitative approach through interviews. The conclusions of this study are: (1) the perceptions ofthe East Java’s PTKIN students on the issue of proxy war. First, in terms of its notion, there are four perceptions about proxy war. Two of them do not have compatibility with the theory of proxy war. Second, the perception of the dangers of proxy war in which there are two perceptions: 1) that the proxy war is absolutely very dangerous and 2) that it cannot be justified simply to be dangerous or not before its victims arise. Third, in the constellation of proxy war, Indonesia has been for a long time in its vortex as Indonesia is a country with abundant natural and human resources.
    • Analisis Historis Sebagai Instrumen Kritik Matan Hadis

      Tasbih, Tasbih (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2011-06-01)
      The main function of haditz critic is to ensure originality and validity of the haditz. Its objective is the core content (matan) a haditz. Historical analysis is used to examine validity. Historical analysis therefore is so vipotal. This is because it is associated with recognition of the authenticity and validity of honor haditzs. It is because human social-interaction associated with its environment and history. Consequently, if a hadith contradicts with historical facts, then a haditz does not meet the rules of validity; as result, the haditz can be classiefied weak (daif). Thus, historical analysis is useful to show the weakness and falsehood of a haditz.
    • Analysis of financial ratio on profitability level (return on equity) in PT. Bank Muamalat Indonesia TBK

      Maguni, Wahyudin; Mulu, Beti; Turmudi, H.Muh.; Insawan, Husain; Ni'mah, Fitratin (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2020-05-20)
      Profitability Ratio is a ratio to measure the level of profit obtained by a company. One of the Islamic banks in Indonesia since 1992, namely Bank Muamalat Indonesia (BMI). Based on financial report data for 2014-2016, BMI experienced a decline in assets, causing a decline in profitability at the bank. Therefore, BMI issued new shares through HMTD (Pre-emptive Rights) to obtain fresh funds in order to meet the shortage of liquidity that had occurred to BMIs for the past 4 years. So this study was conducted to determine what factors affect the level of profitability in BMI since the last 4 years with indicators of assessment, among others: CAR (Capital Adequate Ratio), FDR (Financing Deposit Ratio), NPF (Non Performing Financing), and BOPO (Cost Operations on Operating Income). Based on the results of the analysis in this study, it was found that the indicators that affect the profitability of BMI are Capital Adapty Ratio and Operational Costs to Operating Income with a significance value of 0.012 smaller than 0.05, H1 is accepted and CAR to ROE has a significant effect and a significance value of 0.005 smaller than 0.05 then H4 is accepted and BOPO of ROE has a significant effect.
    • Arung, Topanrita dan Anregurutta dalam Masyarakat Bugis Abad XX

      Halim, Wahyuddin (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-12-01)
      This article attempts to review some understanding of key concepts related to political and religious authority in the Bugis people of South Sulawesi, particularly since the 20th century, such as arung (nobility), topanrita (scholar) and anregurutta (Islamic scholar). After analyzing the shift in the meaning of these concepts, this article seeks to trace the relationship between traditional authorities (white) with topanrita figure that, in the traditional sense, synonymous with the concept of intellectuals in modern society. After pointing out the meaning of the concept of transition topanrita so much represents the traditional ulama in Bugis society, the article concluded, among other factors of golden era of kingdoms Bugis-Makassar in the past is because of the critical relationship between political authority and symbiotic (arung) and socio-religious (anregurutta or topanrita) in these kingdoms.
    • Azas Personalitas Keislaman dalam Kompilasi Hukum Islam

      Suleman, Zulkarnain (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-12)
      The core application of Islamic personality is not a separate entity relationships on the basis of legal relations. Perfection and absolute principle of Islamic personalities must be supported by elements of legal relationship under Islamic law. It needs various strategies to apply the principles of Islamic personality. There are two main strategies to implement the principles of Islamic personalities. That is what he calls a common guide and the guide during the legal relationship. The definition of common standards is a benchmark that is formal. While the definition of the benchmark when there is that in the event of a legal relationship both parties are equally Muslim and legal bond that ties them to do under Islamic law.
    • “Nur Muhammad†dalam Naskah Klasik Gorontalo

      Kau, Sofyan A. P. (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2011-12-01)
      “Nur Muhammad†is a popular concept in the discourse of Sufism falsafati. In Gorontalo, texts of Muhammad Nur iw widely known. The texts, as the author of the findings gathered in a collection of manuscripts under the theme "Isra’ Mi’raj". Because it is a manuscript on Nur Muhammad is a commonly red each month of Rajab, exactly 27 Rajab regarding event-Isra Mi'raj. This paper shows that the manuscript Gorontalo Nur Muhammad is not the original work of local scholars Gorontalo, but it is a re-adaptation and copy the text of Nur Muhammad Classical Malay. This assumption is based on text analysis, and comparison with historical texts (manuscripts) others, as well as socio-cultural analysis of the Muslim community that mentradisikan Gorontalo reading the manuscripts on Islamic day events.
    • ‘Maqashid Al-Sharia’ Perspective for Character Building among Street Children in Makassar, South Sulawesi.

      Ipandang, Ipandang (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2015-12-01)
      Negative images to street children have raised attention for all those concerned about the street children’s character building. This article discusses three basic problems; the street children reality in Makassar city, fostering and emergence of factors of street children and ‘maqashid al-sharia’ principles on character building for the street children in Makassar, South Sulawesi. In the perspective of ‘maqashid al-sharia’, the position of street children clearly has rules and normative legal basis. Fostering children's character has a fundamental meaning which is the basis of values to change the fate of children, as well as a comprehensive approach to man in spiritual education and noble character. This article meant to emphasize the role of ‘maqashid al-sharia’ perspectives in character building; therefore, street children of Makassar will struggle toward a better future.
    • Bahasa Bugis dan Penulisan Tafsir di Sulawesi Selatan

      Yusuf, Muhammad (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-06-01)
      Bugis language is one of the local languages ​​in Indonesia, particularly in South Sulawesi. Bugis language has its own script called Lontarak. Lontarak is a classic text that illustrates the lives of people in the past. There are three Lontarak are found in South Sulawesi, which classic Lontarak, Attoriolong, and Pau-Pau Rikadong. All three contain different content. In the midst of the threat of extinction due to the influence of globalization, then Muslims in South Sulawesi, especially Bugis language seeks to maintain the tradition by writing the Qur'an in the Bugis language interpretation using Lontarak script. It is also an attempt by Bugis scholars of South Sulawesi to collaborate between Islam and the treasures of wisdom.
    • Bahasa Positif Sebagai Sarana Pengembangan Pendidikan Moral Anak

      Saudah, Siti (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2014-06-01)
      Moral degradation is getting widerspread in Indonesia. Polite, friendly, and religious manners have been displaced as the effects of  modern lifestyle. Hence, moral values is very important to be developed from the early ages. This paper is an outlook to address moral education on children based on research. The research methods used are observation, mentoring and questionnaire. Data analysis is conducted  by describing the results of observation during the mentoring and  calculating the results of questionnaire with spss 15.0.  Mentoring is conducted by building  the habit of using  positive language  in class through 4 skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The development of moral education of the students can be seen from the results of the questionnaire: pre-test conducted before mentoring and post test conducted after mentoring. The researh result shows that pre-test featured 46 % and post-test was 54%. It means that there is an increase of 8 % on mentoring. Therefore, it can be concluded that positive language that often used or  listened by the students will influence  their ways of thinking that finally will build the students’ character.
    • Baitul Maal wat Tamwil (BMT) Berbasis Kearifan Lokal Gorontalo

      Sofhian, Sofhian (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-01)
      This paper is inspired by the practice of helping the people of Gorontalo called it “Huyula”. The huyula are aimed to enhence solidarity among fellow community to mutually share the burden when facing problems, including economic issues. The author focuses on the incorporation of the huyulapractice to theBaitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT) system. This article aims to provide motivation for practitioners of financial institutions particularly the islamic financial institutions, in this case the Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT) in order to increase productivity and cost savings. Because the practice of Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT) with Huyula cultural practices have a common goal which is helping.The focus of this paper is to provide an overview of Gorontalonese symboliccultural indigenous locus:“Culture is basedshariah and the shariah is based on the Qur’an”. This study finds out that practice of thehuyulaamong the Gorontalonese is genuinely compatible with the implementation of Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT).
    • Berkiprah dengan Kelembagan Politik Tradisional di Kabupaten Barru Sulawesi-Selatan (Studi Sejarah dan Antropologi Politik)

      Zenong, M. Anwar (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-06-01)
      The origin of tradisional politics in Barru District can be known from the stereotype saying, “ Datu ri Tenete, Petta ri Berru, sibawa Mallusetasi, Arung ri Soppeng Riaja  , “ (Datu King in Tanete, Petta King in Barru and Mallusetasi, Arung King in Soppeng Riaja). It is these three titles that manifest in the order of colonial politics in sub districs (Swapraja) throughout Barru area. In the Dutch colonial era, the government in the area called onderafdeling. However, after the emergence of Indonesian Republic, the tradisional system was slowly but surely changed by modernization and eventually hard to preserve. Therefore, reactualization is needed to anticipate all changes posed by globalization. Intitution of custom (Lembaga Adat) is actually a pa-rameter of self dignity in a nation. Therefore, re-establishing the institution of custom in Barru District is very significant in accordance with the regulation based on 1945 constitution, chapter 32, and also as follow-up of National policy in Regulation No. 10 Year 1993 on the Right of Cultural Preservation. The institution of custom comprises some committees of the heirs of custom order, that is, the descendarts of the King, not those who participated in the colonial politics.
    • Bias Gender dalam Kewarisan menurut Ulama Bugis

      Yusuf, Muhammad (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2013-12-01)
      Continous dialogue between textualist and contextualist about formula of inheritance where textualist refers to universality of texts and contextualist base on particular background. Most contextualists try to consider various external of texts to find core values that is justice. Formula 2 : 1, that is, “man gets two pieces of inheretances and woman gets one piece inheretance” (malempa’ orowanewe majjujung makkunraiye) covers right and responsibility of son to his doughter. Number 2 is maximum of son’s rigth and number 1 is minimum of daughters right. This inheritance division is implemented within the Bugis culture and yet it is elastically applied. Therefore, it implies that the core value of the texts are conisedred deeper than the texts themselves. Most Bugis scholars understand that 2 : 1 as the true meaning of texts. It is a logical consequence of influence of literatures besides common method and analytical method where mostly cannot formulate concept of inheritance comprehensively.
    • Budaya Populer dalam Politik di Indonesia

      Rosidi, Imron (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-06-01)
      Popular culture has actually a relationship with politics in Indonesia. In politics, media are used by a candidate to campaign and advertise. With the rise of television and social media, popular culture has manifested more in political arena. This is understandable because in recent political system being a popular politician is crucial because those who are popular are tended to be elected during elections. This paper attempts at analyzing the relationship of popular culture and Indonesian politics. This article finds that politics in popular culture has caused the reinforcement of identity politics in contemporary Indonesia. Secondly, it has supported the rise of hoaxes so that the fragmentation of grassroot society has been in a serious condition.
    • Calculating The Philosophical Significance of The Concept of Religious Freedom in Islam

      Roswantoro, Alim (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2014-12-01)
      The writing attemps to explore the philosophical meaning of the theological messages of Islam on religious freedom. The article do not study the empirical facts of religious freedom practiced by muslims today, but it scrutinizes the theological messages as written in the Qur’an and as showed by the real examples of the God’s Messenger. Through understanding some Qur’anic verses, we will find that Islam strongly encourages the life of different religious people based on the value of freedom. Freedom intended to be a base of religious life is not freedom to do whatever someone wants, but freedom to respect and to protect one another among religious people who are different in religion and faith. This value of message of religious freedom was wonderfully performed in historical practices of the Prophet Muhammad puh. From the Islamic principles of religious freedom that can be underlined, the writing finally tries to elucidate its philosophical meaning. The messages of religious freedom in Islam contain the strong and deep philosophical meaning, because the establishment of religious freedom is based on the fundamental value of human freedom and on the freedom as the nature of life itself.
    • Campaign Socialization Religious Freedom to Tolerance Religion of Student

      Prisgunanto, Ilham (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2014-12-01)
      This research talks about correlation between campaign socialization freedoms of religion in any mass media to religious tolerance student in campus. Theoretical studies in this research uses mass media effect communication mass media especially Uses and Gratifications theories. Data analysis is  quantitative surveys for 100 students in campus. Finding research explains that in cognitive level just television give impact to understanding for student’s’ religious tolerance. Beside that in conative level impact for student’s religious tolerance come from poster media. This research explains that there are no correlation between socialization campaign and students’ religious tolerance.